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This high-potential unit is set within the community of Dunoon and is set to benefit from new ownership and investment. Set across one floor, this former community hub provides ancillary storage and associated land, suitable for a wide range of uses.
Our client is looking to refurbish the property and is willing to work with long-term tenants. The land to the rear may suit further development for storage/residential or alternate use (subject to planning).
Benefitting from a single frontage, the unit offers ample display space with an aluminium framed front window and doorway entrance leading to an open plan office space and reception area.
Partitions have been erected to form staff facilities, W.c and storage. The property has been fitted out to suit the previous occupier's requirement, with lighting provided by way of fluorescent strips mounted on the suspended ceiling.
The property comprises a mid-terraced single storey commercial development of traditional construction, surmounted by a pitched roof overlaid in tile.
The demise includes further outhouse’s of similar construction with varying roofing aspects including flat roof overlaid in felt and pitched roof overlaid in tile.
This is a fantastic space for a growing business to position itself and would suit a wide range of uses. Our client is open to long-term lease options also to building a good relationship with the new occupants.
The property is situated on the east side of Edward Street, north of its junction with Hill Street within a well-populated area of Dunoon.
The property is situated within a mixed-use neighbourhood and in close proximity to the town centre and the Calmac and Western Ferries services to Gourock.
Neighbouring occupiers include Co-Operative Funeral Care, Service Force Dunoon and an Argyll & Bute Council Office.
The £3.5m refurbished Burgh Hall is a 5-minute walk following its refurbishment in 2017 with Argyll Street and the main retail area a 7-minute walk.
Dunoon is the main resort on the beautiful Cowal Peninsula and the maritime gateway to the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park.
This is one of the Firth of Clyde's foremost resorts, built around the historic Castle Mound and is famous for its large Victorian pier and hosting the Cowal Highland Games each August.
This is a fantastic space for a business position itself with excellent visibility and local/visitor footfall.
Floor - 203 sq m (2,186 sq ft)
Rates - From the Assessor's website, we note the subjects are in the current Valuation Roll with a Rateable Value of £5,500. The property qualifies for 100% rates relief through the Small Business Bonus Scheme, subject to occupier status.
EPC - Available upon request - G.
Entry - Our client is flexible to accommodate requests.
Terms - The subjects are available to lease on full repairing and insuring terms. Each party is to be responsible for its legal costs and outlays, including VAT incurred.
Price - £800 per month (VAT not applicable).
Anti-Money Laundering - To comply with anti-money laundering legislation, the successful tenant will be required to provide certain identification documents.
For further information concerning the quoting rents and likely incentives, please contact Bowman Rebecchi.